The Source: EPA shale gas investigation; Oil storage data; Saudi Arabia’s market might

On FT Energy Source:

- Shale gas, the EPA, and hydro-fracing concerns

- The frontrunners to lead Nigeria’s troubled oil industry

- EIA’s oil storage data flaws: What’s in it for markets?

- The recession: good for clean energy (or at least, for patents)

- The central oil bank of Saudi Arabia

- Tory carbon tax, CER update and Arrow bids in Energy headlines

Further reading:

- Opec ‘keeping the world on life-support‘ to keep the money coming in

- Carbon cap versus tax after Copenhagen

- Climate change action is justified because of the uncertainties around science

- The US no longer controls the price of oil

- More on the UK solar tariffs war of words

- China’s hunger for oil hard for US to digest

- Times have changed so Mexico should welcome foreigners to its oil industry

- The EPA and the critical ‘best available control technology’ decision for coal plants’ pollution

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